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Is Gaelic Football Really Dead? We've A Radical Solution

Is Gaelic Football Really Dead? We've A Radical Solution
By Conor Neville Updated

Gaelic Football, late of Hayes Hotel, Thurles, died on 28th March at Croke Park in it's 131st year, murdered by Derry. Beloved son of Michael Cusack and Archbishop Croke, it is survived (just about) by it's troublesome offspring, the International Rules series and its more critically adored sibling, hurling.

Memorial service at Montrose, Donnybrook, Dublin 4. Thereafter for pints and more discussion at Doheny & Nesbitts pub on Baggot Street.

The virtual death of Gaelic football has been loudly proclaimed by the most influential pundit in the land and the head of the Football Review Committee. Is Gaelic football really dead? We've a radical solution. Listen below or download from Soundcloud here.

[audio mp3="https://media.balls.ie/uploads/2015/04/The-Death-of-Gaelic-Football.mp3"][/audio]

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